New York's Snow Chances Dwindle Even as Temperatures Fall

  • Shift in a storm track takes accumulating snow away from city
  • Cold will reach across much of eastern U.S. through weekend

The storm track has shifted south taking the prospects of April snow in New York with it. The city will get less than an inch from a system moving through the eastern U.S., down from an earlier forecast of 1 to 3 inches, according to the National Weather Service.

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